Event Calendar at a Glance

January

Park Pavilion Reservations

The Park Pavilion Reservation Calendar opens up each year on the first business day of January (January 1, 2024) at 8:00 a.m. Please go to the Park Pavilion Reservation page for more information.


March

Easter Egg Hunt- Saturday, March 30th, 2024

10:00 am at Heritage Park


April

Hooked on Fishing- Thursdays, April 11th, 18th, 25th, 2024

and May 2nd, 9th, 16th, 2024

The Hooked on Fishing program focuses on educating youth (6 to 13 years old) about fishing and aquatic resources. Please go to the Hooked on Fishing page for more information and to sign up to be a fishing instructor.  

Arbor Day Tree Sale and Planting- April 27th, 2024

Tree planting community project at Spruce Drive and SR-92 starting at 8:00 AM. Tree sale for Highland residents April 27th, then open for all customers on May 4th. See details here.


May

Spring Clean-Up- May 4th, 2024

Dumpsters will be available on the designated days in the parking lot at the mouth of the American Fork Canyon. Residents may dispose of metal, wood, and household waste. No green waste or hazardous waste is accepted.  Green waste should be taken directly to North Point Transfer Station.

This clean-up is for Highland residents only. Please bring current proof of residency, which will be verified at the entry. Please follow the directions of the staff members on site.  

We are taking extra precautions to protect the health of our citizens. A front-end loader will be there to move heavy items from the ground into the dumpster, but all other items must be moved by citizens. Please bring a family member with you if you will need help unloading materials into the loader or dumpsters.


August

Highland Fling- July 29th- August 3rd, 2024

For the latest event detail, see HighlandCityFling.com and follow the city’s social media accounts. 

Senior Dinner- August 24th, 2024

5-7pm at Highland City Building. Email events@highlandcity.org


October

Trick-or-Treat Street- October 30th, 2024 from 5-7pm

Bring the kids and trick-or-treat with local businesses and community groups. See details here.

If your family or group is interested in volunteering for this event, please email us at events@highlandcity.org.


November

Youth Council Service Project- November 3rd- December 11th

Highland Youth City Council will be coordinating a holiday-season Coat Drive. Donate NEW Hats, Coats, Gloves, and Scarves at City Hall or one of our Hometown Holiday Events.

Thanksgiving Coloring Contest- Entries Due November 15th

Click to download coloring pages here or pick up a copy at Highland City Hall. Submit coloring pages at Highland City Hall or email copies to rwise@highlandcity.org. A winner from each age division will receive a Megaplex movie Ticket!

Hometown Holiday Tree Lighting- November 20th @ 6pm

Kick off the holidays with us at Heritage Park! Hot chocolate and doughnuts provided!


December

Hometown Holiday Christmas Tree Scavenger Hunt- Nov. 27th- Dec. 18th

Pick up a scavenger hunt page from Highland City Hall and search the tree in the foyer for the answers! Winners will be drawn on December 19th.

Hometown Holiday Santa at City Hall and Story Time with the Mayor- December 2nd @ 10am-12pm

This is a great family Christmas tradition in Highland!  The Mayor will read a beloved Christmas story.  There will be crafts, hot chocolate and cookies, and a visit from a very special guest. Hear the Highland Children's Choir, and visit with Santa!


Contact Us

For additional information, please email the Events Coordinator or call (801) 772-4507.


  1. Civic Events Coordinator